Idaho State Senate
|Idaho State Legislature|
New session started
|January 7, 2019|
President pro Tempore
Length of term
|Authority||Article IV, Idaho Constitution|
|Salary||$16,438/year + per diem|
|November 6, 2018|
| November 3, 2020 |
|Redistricting||Idaho Redistricting Commission|
|State Senate Chamber|
Idaho State Capitol
The Idaho Senate is the upper chamber of the Idaho State Legislature. It consists of 35 Senators elected to two-year terms,each representing a district of the state. The Senate meets at the Idaho State Capitol in Boise, Idaho.
Since 1960, the Idaho Senate has been controlled by the Republican Party.Since December 1, 2018, Republicans have held 27 seats and Democrats have 7.
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
|52nd Legislature (1992–1994)||23||12||35|
|53rd Legislature (1994–1996)||27||8||35|
|54th Legislature (1996–1998)||30||5||35|
|55th Legislature (1998–2000)||31||4||35|
|56th Legislature (2000–2002)||32||3||35|
|57th through 63rd Legislature (2002–2016)||28||7||35|
|64th Legislature (2016–2018)||29||6||35|
|65th and 66th Legislature (2018–present)||28||7||35|
|Current Voting Share||80%||20%|
|President/Lieutenant Governor of Idaho||Janice McGeachin||Republican||–|
|President Pro Tempore||Chuck Winder||Republican||20|
|Majority Leader||Kelly Anthon||Republican||27|
|Assistant Majority Leader||Abby Lee||Republican||9|
|Majority Caucus Chair||Mark Harris||Republican||32|
|Minority Leader||Michelle Stennett||Democratic||26|
|Assistant Minority Leader||Grant Burgoyne||Democratic||16|
|Minority Caucus Chair||Janie Ward-Engelking||Democratic||18|
|Commerce and Human Resources||Republican|
|Health and Welfare||Republican|
|Judiciary and Rules||Republican|
|Local Government and Taxation||Republican|
|Resources and Environment||Republican|
|1||Jim Woodward||Republican||Sandpoint||Bonner, Boundary|
|2||Steve Vick||Republican||Dalton Gardens||Kootenai|
|3||Peter Riggs||Republican||Post Falls||Kootenai|
|4||Mary Souza||Republican||Coeur d'Alene||Kootenai|
|5||David Nelson||Democrat||Moscow||Benewah, Latah|
|6||Dan G. Johnson||Republican||Lewiston||Lewis, Nez Perce|
|7||Carl Crabtree||Republican||Grangeville||Bonner, Clearwater, Idaho, Shoshone|
|8||Steven Thayn||Republican||Emmett||Boise, Custer, Gem, Lemhi, Valley|
|9||Abby Lee||Republican||Fruitland||Adams, Payette, Washington|
|11||Patti Anne Lodge||Republican||Huston||Canyon|
|14||C. Scott Grow||Republican||Eagle||Ada|
|22||Lori Den Hartog||Republican||Nampa||Ada|
|23||Christy Zito||Republican||Hammett||Elmore, Owyhee, Twin Falls|
|24||Lee Heider||Republican||Twin Falls||Twin Falls|
|25||Jim Patrick||Republican||Twin Falls||Jerome, Twin Falls|
|26||Michelle Stennett||Democrat||Ketchum||Blaine, Camas, Gooding, Lincoln|
|27||Kelly Anthon||Republican||Declo||Cassia, Minidoka|
|28||Jim Guthrie||Republican||McCammon||Bannock, Power|
|30||Kevin Cook||Republican||Idaho Falls||Bonneville|
|32||Mark Harris||Republican||Soda Springs||Bear Lake, Bonneville, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida, Teton|
|33||Dave Lent||Republican||Idaho Falls||Bonneville|
|34||Doug Ricks||Republican||Rexburg||Madison, Bonneville|
|35||Van Burtenshaw||Republican||Terreton||Butte, Clark, Fremont, Jefferson|
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